Thursday 7th November, 2013
6:30pm to 9:30pm
NetWars Tournament runs over an intense two- to three-day period, at a conference or hosted onsite. Many enterprises, government agencies, and military bases are using NetWars OnSites to help identify skilled personnel and as part of extensive hands-on training.
Consists of an interactive, Internet-based environment for computer attacks and analyzing defenses
Is designed to be accessible to a broad level of participant skill ranges
Is split into separate levels so participants may quickly advance through earlier levels to the level of their expertise. The entire challenge involves five levels:
Level 1 - Played on local Linux image without root
Level 2 - Played on local Linux image with root
Level 3 - Attack a DMZ
Level 4 - Pivot to intranet
Level 5 - Master of your domain... castle versus castle
Net Wars Tournament
Yori Kvitchko currently works at Counter Hack Challenges, a company devoted to the development of information security challenges for education, evaluation, and competition. Since the company's formation, Yori has been the chief architect for the NetWars-ng competition and has been helping run NetWars-ng at most major SANS conferences. He spends his spare time contributing to the BeEF project and other open source information security tools. Before accepting his current position at Counter Hack Challenges, Yori spent three years interning for SANS Fellow Ed Skoudis where he had the opportunity to facilitate both SANS SEC 504 and SANS SEC 560. Yori began his career as a software developer, doing consulting projects for large financial services companies.
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